Undoubtedly driving while under the influence is illegal in all states, but oddly enough, not every state has a law that prohibits drinking while driving.
Thanks to recently passed legislation, New Jersey residents will now be able to take part in an incentive program through Stop & Shop supermarkets that can cut the cost of gas by as much as $2.20 per gallon.
Canadians have it pretty easy. They get free healthcare, dirt-cheap college tuition and now free taxi rides…
Among the many classic masterpieces set for the upcoming Barrett-Jackson auction in Las Vegas, there will be a retro throwback of a different breed: the Scooby Doo Mystery Machine.
Mobile stripping just got easier, thanks to the Hitch Pole. And there must be a need for it, because someone invented it. We would have loved to have been there when that conversation was taking place: “You see, the problem is, I want to strip, but I’ve got haul ass to my construction gig. How…
In the world of weird news, this one might take the crown for quite some time. TOTO, Japan’s leading toilet maker, has decided to create a bike that runs on bio-fuel from, you guessed it, livestock waste or waste water.
As a tribute to an iconic sports car, Swiss artist Dante has created a 1:24 scale interpretation of the Lamborghini Muira, finished in 24 carat gold.
In Japan’s Toyota City, retirees from the automaker that loans it’s name to the city are spending their golden years working on farms.
If you have a taste for watercress tea sandwiches and a tolerance for an old lady with lots of dogs, there’s a job waiting for you in England provided you have a full U.K. driver’s license and a clean record.
Autonomous cars are instruments of the Devil and they need to be kept off the road. They commit wicked acts like driving blind people on errands.
In a study that will probably make you scratch your head, two researchers from Victoria University in New Zealand concluded that the average mid-sized dog has a larger carbon footprint than your typical large V8-equipped SUV.
How good would that new Porsche 911 look in your driveway? One Canadian Porsche dealer is taking matters into its own hands to help answer that question for prospective clients with a guerrilla marketing tactic that verges on creepy.
Volkswagen of America is sponsoring the Discovery Channel’s 25th annual Shark Week and is providing a special shark cage as part of the deal.
Criminal charges are likely following the high-speed supercar escort provided by New Jersey police last April.
Chinese automaker Shanxi Victory Group isn’t a household name, but its latest vehicle shown in the rendering above probably looks familiar.
If you saw the answer to this question in person, volume measurement probably wouldn’t make the short list of answers: What could 56,778 pingpong balls possibly be doing in a single Ford Escape?
Car theft season is here, as we learned earlier this month. Looking for a quick laugh this morning? Take a look at this infographic describing the best ways to get your car stolen.
Justin Bieber’s chrome-wrapped Fisker Karma looks more like a spaceship to the general public than what CEO Henrik Fisker would probably prefer: a car identifiable with his brand.
Is it flagrant sexism or a funny joke? That depends on your perspective, but one thing is certain: Triberg, the German town making news for “men only” parking spots, is catching attention worldwide.
Distractions come in many forms when behind the wheel of a car, and 29 percent of Irish men admit that they have narrowly avoided a collision because they were distracted by a passing female.
Toyota is constantly working to make the Prius more efficient. They already have a Plug-In version and now, according to The Onion, there will soon be a model that kills the driver and passengers to minimize their carbon footprint.
When the Ford Model T first debuted, it was praised for more than just the assembly line it rolled off of: the car was recognized for its durability.
How much bird crap does it take to crush a Smart car? Thanks to one snarky blogger, the company crunched some numbers to find out.
Popular British car motoring show Top Gear took to Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban, South Africa to complete the first ever documented double loop-the-loop, which they dubbed, the “Deadly 720.”